Onsite OHS and 14WFIE team up to showcase heart of Gibson County

Live webcam offers unique view of downtown Princeton happenings

A familiar Gibson County landmark is fast becoming a television icon.

14WFIE recently installed a live webcam on the roof of Onsite Occupational Health & Safety, Inc.'s (Onsite OHS) corporate office in downtown Princeton. The webcam sits near the corner of Hart Street and Broadway Street/Indiana 64.

In the weeks since the webcam was installed, live shots of the Gibson County Courthouse and the downtown Princeton square have been featured in several weather segments on 14 NEWS.

“We’re delighted to help provide the Tri-State a window into downtown Princeton,” said Kyle G. Johnson, president and CEO of Onsite OHS. “The webcam provides a fun way to see all of the events, like Golden Heritage Days, and the ongoing revitalization of the square.”

A link to the webcam will be posted on 14WFIE's website (14news.com) in the next few weeks. The link will also be made available on the Onsite OHS website (onsiteohs.com) and the Halfrack Properties website (halfrackproperties.com).

With live streaming video, Tri-State residents will soon be able to check out what’s going on in Princeton 24 hours a day, seven days a week.

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